Excerpt: All Tom Clancy games up to now played on the ground but with H.A.W.X. Ubisoft tries to bring the franchise to new heights. Is it a fast way to earn some cash or does it truly add something to the Clancy universe?
Conclusion: Concept: Cruise the skies in the best flight combat game of this generation
Graphics: Integration of satellite imagery with great detailed plane models combine to great effect
Sound: Strong, consistent voice work is on par with any other Tom Clancy game
Playability: Clear explanations and reactive...
Excerpt: I don't know what Tom Clancy dreams about, but at a guess I'd predict that his nights are filled with horrible visions of America being attacked by unstoppable evil forces. That's the impression I get from his books and video games, at any rate.
Summary: Parents needs to know that while the language is generally mild, you may hear the 's' word and 'bastard' now and then. Targets like tanks and planes are shot constantly. But there is little blood, primarily firing of bombs and missiles and watching fire-filled explosions, usually from a distance.
Summary: The Blue Angels are some of the premier aerial acrobats in the world. Their death-defying sky ballets have been awing crowds of thousands since 1946. They are amazing, highly skilled pilots, but they've got nothing on me.
Excerpt: In a time when Tom Cruise was battling Val Kilmer for Top Gun, flight simulators were as common as mini-game collections on the Wii are today. Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. brings us back to Top Gun's heights - but without the Cruise or Kilmer, thankfully.
Summary: Tom Clancy’s HAWX is an arcade-style flight sim that tries to find ways to innovate in a genre that is somewhat limited; you fly a plane, you shoot down other planes with missiles and guns, and attack ground targets.